CSQ 47-2: Indigenous Arts—Weaving Together Our Communities: Past, Present, and Future
Celebrating 51 years of promoting and amplifying Indigenous voices! This issue of the CSQ is dedicated to Indigenous artists who are using art as a medium to combat the ongoing challenges of racist and colonialist erasure, cultural appropriation, and exploitation. Through their work, Indigenous artists are striving to break down barriers and debunk racist stereotypes while showcasing Indigenous brilliance. For centuries, colonization, globalization, and capitalism have interrupted Indigenous Peoples’ cultural continuity as well as the intergenerational transmission of knowledge and cultural practice of the arts. Through storytelling and performing arts, Indigenous artists are reclaiming narratives and creating a resurgence of Indigenous knowledge.
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